French Toasts - Samoa and Molten Lava! Vegan. Easily gluten-free

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Hello there decadent breakfast! Make your fave dessert or cookie into a French Toast! French Toast versions of Samoa Cookie and the Molten Lava chocolate cake today. Easy to prep up and fun to serve. French toasts, stuffed and topped, make for great breakfast options. Low Sugar too! Please pardon the lighting and some funky composition by hubbs.. Scroll down and you will know :) I use my home made breads which stand up every well in french toasts. Use a day old regular bread if needed, or gf breads for a gf version.
Find the ooey gooey Molten Lava Cake for 1 here.
You can find my vegan breads here and gf breads here. Note to self, make a big gf sandwich loaf this week!


Want more french toasts.. Check out these stuffed ones filled with Blueberry Greek Yogurt! yum. And my ever fave savory French toasts with Chickpea flour. We like The sweet versions very mildly sweet. With my fruity whole grain breads or protein filled quinoa or almond breads, these make for a filling breakfast.
Though both these versions were just mildly sweet, hubbs called them decadent enough to be desserts:)


The Samoa French toasts are Vanilla Toasts topped with date caramel, toasted coconut and melted chocolate. For the caramel, you can make some raw sugar caramel by cooking 4-5 Tablespoons of sugar in 1 Tablespoon coconut milk, 1/2 teaspoon coconut oil and boiling for 2 minutes. Or use Date Caramel as I have used. Easier, tastier! Date Caramel is super easy, tastes like caramel and natural sugar! recipe courtesy vganjar

The Molten Lava french toasts are stuffed version, stuffed with dark chocolate for me and Spicy Chile chocolate for hubbs. Slice through the middle when hot and find your favorite chocolate lava flow! Whats better than chocolate early morning:)


Allergen Information: Dairy, egg, corn, soy, nut free.
French toast batter:
Mix 1.5 Tablespoons finely ground Oats, 1 Tablespoon finely ground flax seed, 1 Tablespoon raw sugar or maple syrup, 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract, 1/3+ cup warm water or almond milk (coconut milk). Mix well and let sit for 5 minutes. Mix again, dip slices and pan fry them on medium-low, in 1-2 teaspoons organic canola or coconut oil. 3-4 minutes each side.

Quick version: Use 2 Tablespoons your favorite pancake mix(I use Bob's red mill 7 grain pancake mix), a teaspoon flaxmeal, add spices or vanilla extract, sugar and 1/3+ cup water to make a thin batter and dip the slices and pan fry.

Samoa French Toasts: makes 2 whole slices
Date Caramel:
Blend the following into a smooth flowy paste.
4-5 dates soaked in water for atleast 15 minutes.
1 Tablespoon agave or maple syrup
1 Tablespoon or so water to get a spreadable consistency.

Toasted Coconut:
Add 1/4 cup or as needed shredded dried coconut to a pan on low-medium heat. Roast, stirring occasionally, for 2-3 minutes.

To Assemble Samoa French Toast:
Top the prepared French Toast with Date caramel as thick a layer as you want, then toasted coconut and then drizzle some melted chocolate. Done! Serve!


Molten Lava French Toast:
Add 1 Tablespoon cocoa powder to the basic French Toast batter mentioned above.
Take a fat slice of bread. Cut it parallel like you would for a stuffed version.(See a picture of the stuffed bread here) Insert thin slices of dark chocolate into the cavity, and leave half an inch unfilled space at the top( as the chocolate will melt and need some space to spread). Dip the bread slice in batter. Seal the open edge well with batter. Pan fry on medium low for 3-4 minutes.
Serve hot topped with maple syrup and berries!
Slice it up when hot to get that Lava flow.
You can fill these up with other things too. I would like some vegan nutella in it, or some lingonberry preserves! yumm.

How do you like French Toasts?




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The expansion was needed to provide room for over 1300 animals at VSPCA and all of those animals need our support!


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28 comments:

  1. The molten lava french toasts are surely going to be my breakfast today. These look moreishly good..superb Richa!

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  2. Glad you liked the caramel sauce, but anything with chocolate drizzled all over it wins my over my heart in a second!
    That samoa's french toast is pure genius!

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    1. i love that caramel.. so much easier and less tooth achy sweet!

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  3. lovely chocolate breakfast... have spread a word regarding the vspca on my fb page. read all the heart rendering stories and more. don't know when all such cruelty will stop.

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  4. wow, this is a dangerous breakfast! looks absolutely sinful(and delicious!)!!!

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    1. not that dangerous.:) all good stuff.. dates and dark chocolate.. perfect to start the day i say!

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  5. mmmm chocolate drizzles on a fresh toast = miam! It looks so delicious!

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  6. Stuffing the french toast with chocolate is pure brilliance, Richa!

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  7. Both French Toast recipes look incredible! I would have a hard time deciding which to try first!

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  8. You are so creative as always. I've been finding out different ways to make vegan french toast but this one is by far the most innovative. Thanks for also educating us about the Kindness Farm. More power to you!

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    1. Thanks RG. These are super easy to put together too. the kindness farm is definitely a great initiative.

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  9. Nice! I could definitely handle some of that molton lava french toast.

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    1. Thanks Maggie! I could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

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  10. omg, I love french toast... I think it's my favourite breakfast!! Yours looks awesome, especially the secound one...

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    1. Thanks Valerie.. These are quite easy to put together and becoming a fave at my house!

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  11. not only do i love french toast but this one tops the list with the drizzled sauce and strawberries! looks lovely

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    1. Thanks Deeps. strawberries and chocolate always work great togehter!

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  12. Richa,
    We love French toast, and you have so many options! I especially like the strawberry and chocolate combo, Yum!

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  13. I think you just invented my dream brunch dish. Wow, does that look absolutely incredible... If only this weren't Passover weekend, I'd start planning a lavish Sunday brunch with this right now!

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  14. Oh my gosh....these look just divine! Mmmmm I want them for breakfast right now!

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  15. YUMMERS!! That drizzle shots are simply mouth-watering :D

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  16. Nice work Richa, sounds scrumptious!! Thanks for sharing with us on Allergy Free Wednesdays!

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